- Paperback: 484 pages
- Publisher: Marcinson Press
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0989373274
- ISBN-13: 978-0989373272
- Dimensions: 5 x 1.2 x 8 inches
Dead to Rights
First in the Colonial City Series
Written by Robert L. Gold
One after another, prominent men are turning up dead amid the town’s majestic oaks – in ways that are ingenious and gruesome – as a killer stalks Savannah in this intriguing Colonial-era murder mystery by Robert L. Gold.
Live vicariously in the wild world of fledgling Savannah – before it evolved into one of America’s most charming and historic southern cities.
“The author provides a detailed insight into life in colonial Savannah while spinning a page turning mystery that just when you think you’ve got it figured out another twist takes place. Not only do you have a gripping mystery, but the background historical narrative woven into the plot makes history come alive and provides an aspect that is enjoyable, engrossing and so different from history texts. A great examination of how the Spanish treated their “New World” colonies in comparison to the British along with the government organization of the colonies. The story moves quickly and draws you in so completely, you almost feel the heat and humidity and appreciate the hardships that the colonists in pre-revolutionary South East Atlantic Coast experienced. The description of the characters was so well done that they appeared right there in your mind’s eye as you read the novel. A great read for a mystery fan or a colonial history buff.” – via Amazon Reviews